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Antique Print of the Gelderland Bastion by Heijdt (1739)

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Antique print of the Gelderland Bastion titled ‘Ein Prospect von der Bastion Gelderland außerhalb der Stadt Batavia, nach der äußern Portugießischen Kirch und dem Blauen Berg zu gezeichnet’. View of the Gelderland bastion, a bastion of Batavia castle. Key: a. die äußere Portugießische Kirch. / b. der Klocken Thurn. / c. der Kirch Hoff. / d. Europeische und Chinesische Häußer. / e. Wegh nach Jacatra. / f. Gou. Gen. Speelmans Lust Garten Badenburg genandt. / g. Arracks Brandereijen. / h. Passer Brücke. / die Revier Crocol. / k. Kleine pinang Kräm. / l. Tamarinthen Bäum. / m. der Blaue Berg so zu zeiten brent. Published by J.W. Heijdt.

Johann Wolfgang Heydt (1705 – ?), a German artist who worked for the Dutch East India company.

Condition: Very good, please study image carefully.
Overall size: 41 x 37 cm (including passe-partout)
Image size: 28 x 24 cm.

4.400.000,00 IDR
275,00 Euro
310,00 USD

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